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Wonder Woman And Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour Reading Order Checklist

Wonder Woman And Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour Reading Order Checklist

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The supernatural corner of the DC Universe has had a long tradition of being rich and varied. With a stellar roster of characters to choose from, the possibilities are only limited by the creators entrusted with them’s imagination. Helmed by James Tynion IV and a batch of fantastic artists, The Witching Hour is a crossover between Justice League Dark and Wonder Woman that continues to explore DC’s supernatural concepts and locals.

In the Witching Hour, Wonder Woman and the Justice League Dark team will be up against Hectate, the witch-goddess of magic. Hectate will cause chaos with her secret army of “witchmarked” humans, which happens to also include Wonder Woman. How are they going to get out of this one? You’ll have to read this 5-part crossover to find out!

To make sure that you don’t miss any of the action, I have put together the Wonder Woman And Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour Reading Order Checklist. It has the correct reading order, as well as creative teams, background reading, and release dates. Soon you’ll be able to read this supernatural crossover with no issues.

Enjoy!

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Wasn’t There A Comic Called The Witching Hour?

That’s right, there was! Although, you won’t need to know anything about it in order to enjoy this crossover. The Witching Hour was a supernaturally themed horror anthology which told self-contained stories from 1969 to 1978.

Justice League Dark #1 cover.
Justice League Dark #1 cover.

Background Reading

If you’re looking to do some background reading before getting into The Witching Hour, I would recommend reading the first three issues of Justice League Dark.

Justice League Dark (2018 series) #1-3
Written by James Tynion IV. Art by Alvaro Martinez and Raul Fernandez.

You won’t need to be reading the Wonder Woman series in order to understand this crossover. This is because Wonder Woman is one of the main characters in Justice League Dark. The Wonder Woman title is also in a transitional period where it will be getting a new creative team in November.

Wonder Woman and Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour #1 cover by Jesus Merino.
Wonder Woman and Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour #1 cover by Jesus Merino.

The Witching Hour Reading Order

Wonder Woman and Justice League Dark: The Witching Hour #1
Written by James Tynion IV. Art by Jesus Merino.
Available from October 3rd.

Wonder Woman #56
Written by James Tynion IV. Art by Emanuela Lupacchino and Ray McCarthy.
Available from October 10th.

Justice League Dark #4
Written by James Tynion IV. Art by Alvaro Martinez and Raul Fernandez.
Available from October 17th.

Wonder Woman #57
Written by James Tynion IV. Art by Emanuela Lupacchino and Ray McCarthy.
Available from October 24th.

Justice League Dark and Wonder Woman: The Witching Hour #1
Written by James Tynion IV. Art by Jesus Merino.
Available from October 31st.

After The Witching Hour

If you want to know what happens next, you’ll want to continue reading Justice League Dark from issue #5.

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